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What is split ticketing?

When you want to travel from London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly, you would expect to buy a ticket going directly from London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly. However, you may find it a lot cheaper to buy a ticket from London Euston to Stoke on Trent, and then one from Stoke on Trent to Manchester Piccadilly.

This means you could buy two independent tickets for the same journey, pay much less. The same applies to buying tickets more than two.

What’s more, you may even find it much cheaper if you accept flexible journey. For example, buy two tickets from London Euston to Stoke on Trent and from Stoke on Trent to Manchester Piccadilly, with 10 minutes wait at Stoke on Trent. These concepts are what we called split ticketing, and it helps passengers saving a lot money.

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The Gadget Show featured app

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The Times

comma Split ticketing involves buying multiple single fares on the route of one journey for less than cost of a direct ticket.
TrainPal, a ticketing app and website, showed that it was possible to secure cheaper fares on 64 percent of routes by “splitting” the journey…
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Zac & Jay

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Ste Parry

comma Wish I would of found out about this app 3 years ago I would saved my self a fortune ... Highly recommend.
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AMPTAG66

comma I just like the idea that it does everything automatically to try and save you money. The split ticket system is something I have used on a couple of occasions but generally a good way to book my increasing number of train journeys I am doing.
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